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Impacts of new and emerging Assistive Technologies for ageing and disabled housing

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What is the ‘Impacts of new and emerging Assistive Technologies for ageing and disabled housing’ study about?

We are seeking to understand the implications of new and emerging Assistive Technologies (AT) for older people and those living with a disability.

 

Do I have to take part in this research study?

Participation in any research study is voluntary.

 

What are the possible risks or benefits in participation?

The risk to you is minimal.

We hope to benefit other Australians who are interested in using assistive technologies to improve their quality of life within their homes and our funder, the Australian Housing Urban Research Institute is seeking the information you provide to inform relevant policy development.

 

What should I do if I have further questions about my involvement in the research study?

The study is being carried out by the following researchers:

  • University of New South Wales: Professor Catherine Bridge, Ms Tracy Huang, Mr. Fredrick Zdmuski
  • University of Tasmania: Dr. Ceridwen Owen
  • University of Adelaide: Dr. Debbie Faulkner

The person you may need to contact will depend on the nature of your query.

Research Team Contact

Name Professor Catherine Bridge
Position Director of Home Modification Information Clearinghouse
Telephone 1800 305 486
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Complaints Contact

Position Human Research Ethics Coordinator
Telephone + 61 2 9385 6222
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HC Reference Number HC190361

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